The very first video game review for the upcoming game, Watch Dogs, came from somebody nobody would have expected: Conan O’Brien.
In a related report by The Inquisitr, the upcoming title, which releases this week actually, had a lot of leaks, including the size of the world map which looks bigger than Grand Theft Auto V. Another leak exposed online game play. Maybe that’s why Ubisoft has a delay on the game itself, which they admitted hurt them.
According to Kotaku, Conan O’Brien enjoyed testing out Watch Dogs. The only thing about Conan is he is known to be notoriously terrible at video games. Even Harrison Ford is a better gamer, as proven when he played Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception.
The series itself is known as Clueless Gamer, where Conan plays games horribly thus the title now makes sense. In this current segment, he tackles the hack-happy, open-world mayhem of Watch Dogs. Unfortunately, if Conan were to be the true representation of Aiden Pierce (the main character of Watch Dogs), every pre-order would be cancelled.
Here is what Conan O’Brien has shown about what players can do in Watch Dogs.
- Blow up a steam pipe.
- Steal cars.
- Hit cars with another car.
- Hit people with a car.
- Steal a UPS truck.
- Shoot an old lady.
- Shoot trees.
- Die some more.
In the end, this review increased my desire to purchase it, just so I can do a lot of dumb stuff. I also have a Playstation 4, so I can finally play it! Watch Dogs is scheduled to release on PS3, Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, and PC on May 27, 2014 at an average price of $60 as shown on Gamestop.
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